I thought I'd put this one out to the blog to see if anyone can offer me advice.
I'm trying to work out the best way to share files between 2 Macs, 1 Ubuntu box, and 3 XP machines.
Initially, I thought a central NAS drive would make sense, however, because of the need for backup (and the lack of a decent internet connection) - backing up remotely is going to be too costly.
My next thought was that the clients should sync the NAS locally, as to avoid disaster should the NAS be unavailable/broken. I'm using Ubuntu ONE - and something like this would be useful, providing I could run it on my local network w/out internet connection.
I've also looked at iFolder (by Novell) but haven't got time to waste trying to get it to work and play nice..
So if anyone can offer me some advice, I'm ready to take it.
I have a Buffalo LinkStation acting as my NAS at the moment, but it's simply serving a USB-attached 320GB Drive.